According to a report by reliable Lilywhites correspondent Alasdair Gold, finding a perfect deal for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium naming rights is expected to gather pace and could come ‘sooner rather than later‘ – with this exciting update coming as potentially positive news for Spurs.
Chairman Daniel Levy, amid the financial complications caused by this COVID-19 global pandemic, is questing to secure the perfect naming rights deal for Tottenham Hotspur’s brand new state of the art ground – a move which could bring millions of pounds to the club over the next few seasons.
Gold drops exciting naming rights update
It is understood by Gold that Levy is searching for an offer in keeping with the some of the world’s record deals as he pours cold water on reports claiming Tottenham are looking for a £250m package.
Indeed, the journalist says that the actual figure Tottenham want is much higher, and the search for an ideal agreement is set to gather pace and could happen ‘sooner rather than later’ thanks to one Levy move.
The recent appointment of chief commercial officer Todd Kline is responsible for the new-found optimism of negotiating the right option for Spurs.
It is said that the American has blown Tottenham staff away behind the scenes since beginning his new role, and his vast experience in spearheading stadium rights deals in the United States has been well documented.
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Kline played a key role in securing the Miami Dolphins’ 18-year stadium agreement with Hard Rock in 2016, worth a reported £180 million.
This was the third most lucrative naming nights deal in American Football history at the time according to football.london.
Levy is apparently after an even larger number with Tottenham as Kline’s activity behind the scenes prompts positivity, with Gold’s update an agreement could happen ‘sooner rather than later’ coming as exciting.
In other news: Alasdair Gold has also listed 10 players who could leave north London, find out more here.
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